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is going to be a big concern here as well as strong winds anhigh waves along the east coast. in terms of temperatures, it stays hot in china. shanghai reaches 37 degrees. very hot indeed. for the americas looking unsettled down in the southeastern corner here. watch out for the drenching thunderstorms picking up the energy from the gulf of mexico. couple of severe areas to watch out across the northern in the northeastern corner of the u.s. and canada. then behind the tail end of this frontal system, this low pressure moving over montana. northern plains, look out for the strong thunderstorms. looking showery down in the southwestern corner as well as western mexico. here temperatures stay very, very hot in the central and the southern portions of the u.s. 40 degrees in oklahoma city. 34 in denver. and 31 in chicago. now we take a look at europe. it remains very thundery and wet out towards the east. especially for the balkans dealing with that widespread rain and thunderstorms. this system is going to be making its way in a northeasterly direction. much of eastern europe looking unse
the dollar. ai, give us the latest take on that. >> absolutely, catherine. big losses overnight in europe and the u.s. new york share prices plunged on wednesday as u.s. policymakers could not resolve their deadlock over raising the nation's debt ceiling. the dow jones industrial average lost more than 198 points and ended the day wednesday that is at 12,302. the index had dropped over 200 points at one stage. investors placed sell orders on a wide range of issues as lawmakers could not reach an agreement on the debt limit. the stock market lost more ground after the u.s. central bank said the american economy is slowing down in its periodic survey of economic conditions. sources say the focus of market players now is whether lawmakers can come up with a deal before the august 2nd deadline. >>> and to see how stocks are trading here in japan this thursday morning, we cross over to ramin mellegard who is at the tokyo stock exchange. good morning. what can you tell us? >> good morning to you, ai. whey can tell you is that the nikkei has broken below the key psychological 10,000 for the firs
, tokyo. >>> let's look at the latest in business news with ai uchida. there was a big jump in stock markets. >> european and u.s. markets up overnight. new york stocks surged over 200 points tuesday, marking their largest one-day gain this year. the dow jones industrial average finished the day at 12,587, up 202 points or 1.6%. the key index opened sharply higher following a robust earnings report from ibm. market sentiment received a further boost after president barack obama expressed support for a bipartisan proposal to cut budget deficits. >>> stocks weren't the only thing that rose. u.s. housing starts in june jumped from the previous month. attention is now focused on whether the housing market which is a major component of the u.s. economy continues on a full recovery track. the commerce department says housing starts stood at an annualized 629,000 units, that's up over 14% from may. the figure is far above the market expectation of 570,000 units. building permits which are an indicator of the prospects for the housing market also rose 2.5%. >>> and now let's take a look at j
with into the next 24 to 48 hours. all right. as we head now up to the big picture, severe storms are going to be pushing along the northern tier of the u.s. around i think the heaviest rain is going to be in north dakota, maybe south dakota getting some of that as well as montana. as for up toward canada, alberta and saskatchewan, maybe moderate showers out here. they won't be as intense. showers will be pushing into the northeast. that's nottet a bad thing. it will be helping to push the temperatures down into the weekend. take a look at the highs forecast for friday. 37, new york city, 39 in d.c. and to give you an idea of the departure from average, we're talking about, philadelphia, nine above average, boston, nine above average. so this unrelenting heat is going to be with most of you for the next few days. do take care if that is you. all right. into europe, to the west, showers, nothing too substantial. but the heavy rain is going to be continuing across scandinavia, down through northern germany, and pulling into the baltic states as well. along the front the storms moving down int
additional heavy rain of more than 100 millimeters in the next 24 hours. so flooding is going to be a big concern here, as well as strong winds and high waves along the east coast. in terms of temperatures, it stays hot in southern china. 38 degrees in nanchang today. and shanghai reaches 37 degrees as well. it's very, very hot indeed. now for the americas, looking very unsettled down in the southeastern corner here. watch out for those drenching thunderstorms, picking up all that energy from the gulf of mexico. a couple of severe areas to watch out for across the north as well. for the northeastern corner of the u.s. awell as eastern canada. and then back behind the tail end of this frontal system, this w pressure system forming over montana. so areas nearby for western canada, the plains states as well as the northern plains, i should say. look out for those strong thunderstorms. looking quite showery over down in the southwestern corner as well as western mexico here. temperatures stay very, very hot in the central and the southern portions of the u.s. 40 degrees in oklahoma city. 34 i
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